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GCW Udhampur organises online poster-making competition


UDHAMPUR: To make the cadets commemorate the contributions of individuals in the field of Science and Technology, the 2 J&K GIRLS NCC BN, Government College for Women, Udhampur conducted Online Poster Making Competition for NCC Cadets on National Technology Day on 11 May 2021. The theme of the competition was to focus on ‘Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future’.
The competition was judged by Prof. Sumita Rao, NSS Programme Officer of the college. Out of all the 35 participants, three were shortlisted by the judge. The first position was bagged by Cadet Roshni Sharma, while second and third positions were bagged by Cadet Prakriti Sharma and Cadet Sakshi Sharma.
Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the college appreciated the efforts of the concerned teachers for their initiative and guidance to encourage proper and inspire the students for expressing their artistic talents.
She also appreciated all the participants and also congratulated the winners. The entire event was coordinated by Lt (Dr.) Kamal Deep Kaur, Associate NCC Officer of the college.
Department of Computer Applications, GDC RS Pura, in collaboration with the College Cultural Committee under the aegis of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav ‘ and guidance of the Principal of the college, Dr. G.S. Rakwal organized a webinar to celebrate National Technology Day. Mr. Rajat Jain, Chief Manager, SBI was the keynote speaker on the occasion.
The event started with a welcome note by Prof. Amit Singh. He asked the audience to pledge to contribute towards Science and Technology through dedicated hard work for a sustainable future of our motherland.
The Head of the Department of Computer Application, Prof. Neha Jain, through her presentation shared some data about the country’s journey in technological advancements from ancient times to present date. She also shared some data about the status of various industrial technologies in India and the Policy support to them by the Government of India. Mr. Rajat Jain highlighted the fact that Banks have traditionally been in the forefront of harnessing technology to improve their products, services and efficiency. Advancements in Banking Technology are important for the growth of economy and for a sustainable future. He told about the technological evolution of the banking system of India since Independence and also presented the role of banking technology in strengthening the economy and promising a sustainable future.
The Principal of the college, Dr. G.S. Rakwal thanked the keynote speaker for his informative talk and also said that banking technology is the backbone of the economy of the country and the citizens should be made aware of the advancements in this technology so that they can be better utilized and contribute towards a sustainable future. The webinar concluded with a formal vote of thanks by Prof. Neha Jain.